HP Deskjet 672 Ink
Cartridge prices starting at $15.95
Having the HP Deskjet 672 as your personal printer allows for some fast and reliable performance. Just make sure it doesn't run out of ink. But what if it does? Then you only need to choose Inkjets.com for the best replacements. Our range of high-quality remanufactured ink cartridges can meet your printing needs at a more affordable price. Check out our HP 49 (51649A) color, with its 310-page yield and HP 29 (51629A) black, which offers 650-page yield. They can provide the same sharp output as OEM versions, plus they're covered with a solid 1-year warranty for your peace of mind. Get them today and enjoy up to 58% off. For orders worth or more, we'll ship your ink for free.
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
Replacing the ink cartridge in your HP Deskjet 672 printer is a stress-free process. It won't take up too much of your time either. Here's how to do it:
- With the printer turned on, open the top cover. The print cartridge cradle should automatically move to the center of the printer.
- Grab the top of the ink cartridge you want to replace then pull it toward you until it pops loose. Lift it out of the cradle.
- Take out the new ink cartridge from its package. Remove the sealing tape and film completely. Make sure to touch only the plastic body of the cartridge.
- Insert the new ink cartridge into the empty slot in the cradle, then push until it's securely in place.
- Close the top cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is page yield?
This refers to the number of printed pages produced by a single ink cartridge. Our HP 49 (51649A) color cartridge, for instance, has 310-page yield, while our HP 29 (51629A) black has 650. This number, however, is only an estimate because the amount of pages you'll actually get depends on several factors. These include printer settings, type of paper and frequency of use.
Are remanufactured ink cartridges eco-friendly?
Yep! Instead of ending up in landfills, Inkjets.com's options are reused again following strict quality standards. They contribute to reduced waste in landfills, so when you buy our remanufactured ink cartridges, you're actually helping conserve the environment.
Is there any difference between ink and toner cartridges?
Ink cartridges are used in inkjet printers like the HP Deskjet 672. Toner cartridges, on the other hand, are used in laser printers.